Aria and Gus started teaching Power Yoga in Los Angeles a number of years ago. And there, at the home of all that is healthy and well-being, they were able to put the finishing touches to their unique discipline. Beyond the practice itself, it is a state of mind centred on these three words: Mind, Body and Spirit. Yoga is the perfect balance of these three elements. Their sessions are filled with music and energy with respiration at the centre.
From a very young age Samuel was always deeply interested in Hindu and Indian culture and he soon took up Yoga training, starting with Hatha, Asthanga and Vinyasa. At the same time he also studied mediation, sophrology and aromatherapy. He broadened the spectrum of his disciplines during his many travels in India, adding Thai Yoga Massage, ayurvedic medicine, kalaripayattu (Indian martial arts) which he combines with his own personal style of Yod'ha. Samuel approach is based on constant interrogation; his profound curiosity constantly pushes him to go further. He has also written a number of books about personal development and the disciplines that he teaches.
Adèle discovered Yoga in New York in 2005, since then her passion for this discipline has never left her. After years working in communication and event-management, she discovered Yoga in 2005 and has never turned back. She is qualified in Yoga Alliance and travels often to India to further develop her practice and receive the teachings of great masters. She is very oriented towards personal development and is passionate about ayurvedic medicine, sound therapy and playful techniques for children. Her lessons for both young and old are dynamic, joyful and creative, aiming to share relaxation and joy above all else!
Professeure diplômée de yoga Vinyasa, par Samyak Yoga School et reconnue par Yoga Alliance, Vanessa pratique le yoga depuis plus de dix ans.
Spécialisée aussi en Hatha et hot Yoga, c’est finalement vers le Vinyasa, plus dynamique que Vanessa se tourne. Un yoga purifiant alliant physique et mental, force et souplesse et mettant la respiration au cœur du mouvement. Dans l'effort physique, l'esprit apprend à lâcher prise et à se recentrer.
Ancienne danseuse professionnelle Claire a découvert le yoga en commençant par l'Iyengar, avant de découvrir et se former au Vinyasa et sa dynamique entraînante. Au-delà de la pratique quotidienne, Claire applique un enseignement bienveillant envers son corps dans la parfaite tradition de la discipline.
Ses leitmotivs : passions, sourire et alignement